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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Life is not just about potatoes and gravy...

Submitted by Sammy (United Kingdom), Apr 10, 2006 at 06:00

Again, you have completely missed the point of what I am trying to say, and you keep dwelling on the fact that Muslims are an exception to everything. Muslims are not an exception, they can adapt. I know that I have and know many others who have and still maintaining the grip on their religious beliefs. It is NOT based on religion. Religions do inhibit us from participating actively in specific activities (all relatively to what you believe in). However, it is never an excuse to demote the idea of integration.

As I stated in my previous post, I am not going to give concrete details of my encounters with intolerance and racism in Denmark. It is of no relevance to anyone here. What matters is how I dealt with it.

Again, I was born and raised in the country and lived roughly three decades in the Denmark, and there has a been a great change. Of course you will again try to dodge your way around the concept of first hand experience and how it holds little or no value. Articles are much more factual to you are, are they?
You stick to your statistics and articles, and I will stick to my lifetime experience.

We must agree to disagree, don't you think?

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